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Choose from 90 pictures in our Sackville collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Lord Buckhurst, Lady Myra (Idina) and Lady Avice Sackville

The children of Lady de la Warr including, left, Lady Myra Sackville, more commonly known as Lady Idina Sackville, who, through her five marriages was also known under the surnames of Wallace and Gordon (among others). She married him, her first husband, Captain Euan Wallace, in 1913, but divorced in 1919. Five-times married Idina would gain notoriety as part of the Happy Valley Set when she moved to Kenya in 1924 with her third husband, Josslyn Hay, Earl of Errol. With her serial marriages and reputation for debauched decadence, she inspired the character of 'The Bolter' in Nancy Mitford's novels, The Pursuit of Love and Love in a Cold Climate, Evelyn Waugh's Vile Bodies and the character Iris Storm in The Green Hat by Michael Arlen. Date: 1903

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Lady Idina Sackville and Mr Euan Wallace

Lady Idina Sackville (1893-1955), daughter of Muriel, Countess de la Warr and granddaughter of Lord Brassey, pictured on her engagement to the handsome Mr Euan Wallace of the 2nd Life Guards. The couple were married on 25th November 1913 but divorced in 1919. Wallace would be the first of Idina's five husbands. Five-times married Idina would gain notoriety as part of the Happy Valley Set when she moved to Kenya in 1924 with her third husband, Josslyn Hay, Earl of Errol. With her serial marriages and reputation for debauched decadence, she inspired the character of 'The Bolter' in Nancy Mitford's novels, The Pursuit of Love and Love in a Cold Climate, Evelyn Waugh's Vile Bodies and the character Iris Storm in The Green Hat by Michael Arlen. Date: 1913

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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The Sinn Fein rising as it affected property

The devastating affects of the Easter Rebellion in Ireland in 1916. The main picture shows the burnt-out imperial hotel and post-office on Sackville Street in Dublin. According to The Graphic, the damage to property was estimated at 2, 000, 000 and 179 building were destroyed by flame and shell. The area that suffered the most was Lower Sackville Street which was the rebels' central stronghold and was entirely burnt out. Date: 1916

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans